By Irum Saleem
Pakistan’s deposed prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s daughter Maryam Nawaz has openly been targeting there former ISI chiefs — Lt Gen Faiz Hameed, retired Lt Gen Shuja Pasha and Lt Gen Zaheerul Islam — but no one from the establishment is taking notice of this.
Every one at the helm seems to be concerned with ousted premier Imran Khan’s attack on the powers that be.
In her two back to back press conferences in Lahore PMLN vice president Maryam Nawaz accused retired generals Shuja Pasha and Zaheerul Islam of conspiring against the previous PMLN along with Imran Khan. Without naming Gen Faiz she hit him a number of times calling him the “coach” of Imran Khan.
Maryam is let loose on her opponents even the incumbent and former army senior slot but she is given a license to do so. It seems in the establishment most are worried about Khan’s narrative and not that of Maryam’s.
On Wednesday Maraym left the country for London to unite with her father after her name was removed from the no-fly list after three years.
She left the country within 24 hours after the Lahore High Court’s (LHC) office returned her passport after she surrendered it in 2019 in a money laundering case.
Last week the Islamabad High Court also acquitted her in the Avenfield apartments (in London) corruption case in which she was handed a seven-year prison term for abetment in the alleged “concealment of the properties of her father”.
The 48-year-old Maryam is now eligible to contest the election after being acquitted in the Avenfield case…thanks to….
Talking to reporters at the Lahore airport, Maryam Nawaz said she was eager to see her father in London.
But her eagerness seemed fake as she stayed in Doha at the resident of Saifur Rehman, an alleged corrupt king during the 1190s tenure of the Sharifs. He was called Ahtasabur Rehman who later fell in the feet of Zardari to apologies for framing him in fake cases.
Later he become relative of the Sharifs as his daughter Weds to Safdar, Maryam’s son. PAK DESTINY